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00: Re: How to run an FSB R&D lab (maybe) (Mark Eichin)
01: Re: How to run an FSB R&D lab (maybe) (Nick Jennings)
02: Re: How to run an FSB R&D lab (maybe) (Forrest J. Cavalier III)
03: Re: How to run an FSB R&D lab (maybe) (Scott Capdevielle)
04: Re: How to run an FSB R&D lab (maybe) (Ian Lance Taylor)
05: Re: How to run an FSB R&D lab (maybe) (Ben Laurie)
06: Re: How to run an FSB R&D lab (maybe) (Nick Jennings)
07: Re: How to run an FSB R&D lab (maybe) (Nick Jennings)
08: Re: How to run an FSB R&D lab (maybe) (Scott Capdevielle)
09: Re: How to run an FSB R&D lab (maybe) (Rich Persaud)
10: Re: How to run an FSB R&D lab (maybe) (Bernard Lang)
11: quick replies to various messages (Re: How to run an FSB R&D lab (maybe)) (Tom Lord)
12: Re: How to run an FSB R&D lab (maybe) (Tom Lord)
13: Re: How to run an FSB R&D lab (maybe) (Chris Devers)
14: Re: How to run an FSB R&D lab (maybe) (Tom Lord)
15: Re: How to run an FSB R&D lab (maybe) (Brian J. Fox)
16: Re: How to run an FSB R&D lab (maybe) (Tom Lord)
17: Re: How to run an FSB R&D lab (maybe) (Chris Devers)
18: Re: How to run an FSB R&D lab (maybe) (Tom Lord)
19: Re: How to run an FSB R&D lab (maybe) (Brian J. Fox)
20: Re: How to run an FSB R&D lab (maybe) (Tom Lord)
21: Introduction (Rene Kienzle)
22: Re: Introduction (Tom Lord)
23: bias and prejudice (Bernard Lang)
24: Re: Introduction (Forrest J. Cavalier III)
25: Re: How to run an FSB R&D lab (maybe) (Chris Devers)
26: Re: Introduction (Rene Kienzle)
27: Hollings bill comment options (L.Jean Camp)
28: [Freesw] cfp: open source in the organization (jean_camp.harvard.edu)
29: Partly-baked idea: FSB Banner Exchange (Rich Morin)
30: Re: Partly-baked idea: FSB Banner Exchange (Norbert Bollow)
31: User-facing applications (David Fetter)
32: Re: User-facing applications (Lynn Winebarger)
33: Re: User-facing applications (David Fetter)
34: Re: User-facing applications (Chris Devers)
35: Re: User-facing applications (Chris Devers)
36: Re: User-facing applications (Karsten M. Self)
37: Re: User-facing applications (Steve Mallett)
38: Re: User-facing applications (Lynn Winebarger)
39: Competition - What does it look like? (Rene Kienzle)
40: Re: Competition - What does it look like? (Ian Lance Taylor)
41: Re: User-facing applications (Bjorn Reese)
42: Re: Competition - What does it look like? (Rene Kienzle)
43: Re: User-facing applications (Stephen J. Turnbull)
44: Re: User-facing applications (Lynn Winebarger)
45: Re: User-facing applications (Stephen J. Turnbull)
46: Re: User-facing applications (Ben_Tilly.trepp.com)
47: Re: User-facing applications (Stephen J. Turnbull)
48: Re: LimeWire service level differentiation (Willem Broekema)
49: "The future is here. It's just not widely distributed yet." (Tim O'Reilly)
50: Error in phone number (Tim O'Reilly)
51: Re: "The future is here. It's just not widely distributed yet." (Peter Wayner)
52: Announcing IP newsletter (James Bessen)
53: Red Hat Status (Keith Bostic)
54: Re: Red Hat Status (Tom Lord)
55: Hailstorm shelved, implications for FSBs (Frank Hecker)
56: Re: "The future is here. It's just not widely distributed yet." (Russell Nelson)
57: New FSB branding model (Forrest J. Cavalier III)
58: Re: "The future is here. It's just not widely distributed yet." (Kevin A. Burton)
59: Re: New FSB branding model (Kevin A. Burton)
60: Re: New FSB branding model (Tom Lord)
61: Code Cheats in College (Mark Rauterkus)
62: Re: Code Cheats in College (Forrest J. Cavalier III)
63: Re: Code Cheats in College (Jonathan S. Shapiro)
64: Re: Code Cheats in College (Forrest J. Cavalier III)
65: Re: Code Cheats in College (Ian Lance Taylor)
66: Re: Code Cheats in College (Stephen J. Turnbull)
67: Re: Code Cheats in College (Mark Rauterkus)
68: Re: Code Cheats in College (Nicholas K. Jennings)
69: Re: Code Cheats in College (Mark Eichin)
70: Re: Code Cheats in College (L.Jean Camp)
71: 读研、工作、落户三步同时进行,实现自我价值 (dingli365.sina.com)
72: Two python things (Russell Nelson)
73: announcement: FS small business event Fri 24th in NYC. (Paul Rodriguez)
74: futures markets (Tom Lord)
75: Sustainable Computing Consortium -- a policy railroading vehicle? (Karsten M. Self)
76: Re: futures markets (Simon Cozens)
77: Re: Sustainable Computing Consortium -- a policy railroading vehicle? (Tony Stanco)
78: Re: Two python things (Stephen J. Turnbull)
79: Re: futures markets (Harald Koch)
80: Re: Sustainable Computing Consortium -- a policy railroading vehicle? (Stephen J. Turnbull)
81: Re: futures markets (Tom Lord)
82: Re: futures markets (Tom Lord)
83: Re: futures markets (Forrest J. Cavalier III)
84: Re: Sustainable Computing Consortium -- a policy railroading vehicle? (Karsten M. Self)
85: Re: futures markets (Gerald Dwyer Jr.)
86: Re: futures markets (Tom Lord)
87: Exceptions to GPL, anyone have some prototype aggreements? (Al Davis)
88: Re: futures markets (Russell Nelson)
89: Re: Exceptions to GPL, anyone have some prototype aggreements? (Karsten M. Self)
90: Re: Exceptions to GPL, anyone have some prototype aggreements? (Al Davis)
91: Re: Exceptions to GPL, anyone have some prototype aggreements? (Karsten M. Self)
92: Re: futures markets (Simon Cozens)
93: Re: Exceptions to GPL, anyone have some prototype aggreements? (Ian Lance Taylor)
94: Re: Exceptions to GPL, anyone have some prototype aggreements? (D Henkel-Wallace)
95: Re: Exceptions to GPL, anyone have some prototype aggreements? (Jonathan S. Shapiro)
96: The Gnu Economy (Tom Lord)
97: United Linux, virtual spot markets (Tom Lord)
98: Re: United Linux, virtual spot markets (Karsten M. Self)
99: Re: United Linux, virtual spot markets (Frank BENNETT ($B%U%i%s%/!!%Y%M%C%H(B ))